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Zoeller Funeral Home

615 Landa, New Braunfels, TX

OBITUARY

Brian Keith Perrill

March 30, 1963November 1, 2019
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Brian Keith Perrill also known as “Brain” born on March 30th, 1963 of Seguin, Texas passed away on Friday, November 1st, 2019 at his residence in Seguin, Texas at the age of 56 years.

He is survived by his loving wife, Kelli Perrill of Seguin; his daughter, Ashley Perrill of Seguin; his mother, Joyce Koepsel of Seguin; three sisters, Julie Perrill, Rachael Perrill, Michelle Saengerhausen and husband Blake; his in-laws, Gene and Gail Kosarek of Nixon; his sister-in-law, Karen Radicke; his brothers-in-law, David Radicke and Bart Hester; nieces, Brooke Hester, Lesley Smith, and Sarah Reiley; nephews, Ross Radicke and Brendan Frasier; and his many beloved friends. Brian is preceded in death by his father, Richard Perrill; stepfather, George Koepsel; and sister-in-law, Bennette Hester.

Brian had many wonderful careers throughout his lifetime and was known as a supervisor, truck driver, and offshore driller among many other trades. After high school, Brian worked in the oilfield, where he enjoyed traveling overseas, and many of his favorite memories involve his life in the oilfield. He was very passionate about his career and worked very hard to support his family. Brian and Kelli enjoyed 25 years of marriage together as well as many adventures involving Port Aransas, Utah and Las Vegas. They had one blessed child, where Brian set about teaching her life skills, mechanics, and how to cook. Brian and Ashley shared many wonderful memories together as father and daughter, but also as best friends. Brian had the opportunity to meet many people and create lifelong friendships. He enjoyed dove hunting, fishing, motorsports, and sharing an ice cold beer with his friends. Brian was well known by his many humorous jokes and pranks. He will continue his life through the memories made with family and friends. Something that Brian was not widely known for was how he would help a stranger in need without anything in return. In lieu of flowers, it is the family’s wish that you carry out an act of kindness in his memory.

The visitation will be held Saturday, November 9th, 2019 from 2-3pm at Zoeller Funeral Home in New Braunfels and the funeral service will follow at 3pm.

Services

  • Public Visitation Saturday, November 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 9, 2019

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Kathy Long

November 8, 2019

Brian was so full of happiness he made everyone laugh till our stomach would hurt. I wanted a small Bar B Q pit he welded one for me just so I could make steaks. He will be so missed at the Oak where he was always the center of the laughter!!! Brian RIP
Kelli and Ashley oh how he loved you both was so proud of ya'll he talked about ya'll all the time! May God keep you both in his loving arms during your time of sorrow! Prayers for you and your family!

Tracy-Lou Lovelace

November 8, 2019

Brian will always be in our hearts. He has been a long time acquaintance and friend. We have had some wonderful times together in the past at Harleys and other functions. The memories we all shared together will truly be cherished. R.I.P. Brian, you are one of a kind. Our thoughts and prayers are extend to his family. May knowing that he was loved by so many; bring you some peace and comfort during this difficult time, Sincerely, Tracy-Lou Lovelace and Norman Funderburg

Don & Annell Causey

November 8, 2019

So very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of Brian's family. He will be missed by many.


Don & Annell Causey

NANCY & JOHN SANT

November 8, 2019

OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY. BRIAN WAS A PLEASURE TO BE AROUND WITH HIS SMILE AND WIT. OUR WORLD WILL NOT BE THE SAME WITHOUT HIM. REST IN PEACE FRIEND.
JOHN & NANCY SANT

Rosie dean Adcock

November 8, 2019

RIP cousin . You always made me laugh and didn’t we have a blast in your old Firebird you called “KIT” . Always funny and smiling . My condolences to the Perrill family in this difficult time .🙏🏻

Claudia Hoffmann-Brandenburg

November 8, 2019

Kelli & family,

We are so very shocked, heart broken, & sad to hear about the passing of your dear husband, Brian. May God, family, and friends help comfort you and your family and give all of you peace.

Our deepest condolences.

Claudia & Dean

Tracie TUZZIO

November 7, 2019

I would like to i am sorry to hear this and my heart and love and prayers gose out his beautiful wife and beautiful daughter and the rest of of his family!!!!! He was an amazing person and one he'll of a good friend you will be missed by so many!!!!!

Randy & Annette Roecker

November 7, 2019

Our deepest condolences to Kelli and Ashley and the entire family. We were shocked to hear and saddened by his untimely death. I first remember Brian from 3rd grade where I did always misspell his name as Brain, and we were the ones accused of breaking the teachers bell on her desk. I was thrilled when Brian came back around and introduced Kelli to us one night at The Oak. I was so happy for him, he loved her so! May you find comfort in good memories and take time to heal.
Randy & Annette

Joshua & Monica Burchell

November 7, 2019

Kelli, Ashley, & Family:

We are praying Holy Spirit comforts you all beyond understanding and grants you peace. May you cling to the joy in all of the beautiful memories you have.

Brian was a truck driving partner who always watched out for others and will be missed. Sending you lots of love and cyber hugs!

Our Condolences,

Joshua, Monica, Titus, Zipporah, & Baby Burchell ❤️

Carl Franzen

November 7, 2019

Brian, Your father Richard was always so proud of you. Now you will join him in heaven for a joyous reunion. Rest in peace.

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